a German historical and portrait painter. Bruckmann was born at Reutlingen. From 1826 he studied painting under Georg Friedrich Eberhard at Stuttgart and in 1827– 9 he studied at Munich, mostly under Heinrich von Hess. From the autumn of 1829 until 1832 he lived in Rome, where he painted Barbarossa's Body Drawn out of the Calycadnus (Staatsgallerie Stuttgart), which he sent back to Germany. He spent the years 1833–9 back in Munich, In 1833 he painted fourteen pictures at the royal palace at Munich, showing subjects from the poems of Theocritus, partly from his own designs, and partly from those of Hess.
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